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    All day wearable, effective solution for sensory needs and sensory processing disorders (SPD)
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Parent Reviews

CalmWear changes, big AND small, are making a difference in our family!

Written by: Fee Johnson, Mom to Bhodi 6, and River, 4

INSTANTLY, I saw a difference with Bodhi’s anxiety and behaviour. He even protested when I took it off to wash it, saying “ but when will I get it back…? It feels like a hug “. He said it makes him feel safe all day long! He now sleeps much better, and is calmer in school.

His stimming (hand flapping) and tantrums are almost none now!

Written by: Janice Lee, Mother of Jaxon - 4 years old

Since wearing CalmWear, Jaxon’s days have improved so much. The first big change was with his sleeping habits. He has gone from sleeping 5 hours a night, to 11, and this change was immediate! AMAZING!

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Sensory Processing Disorder Clothing
How CalmWear Works

The CalmWear™ Hug

There is one thing that cannot be debated. Something that research has proven a million times over. And that is what the calming effect of a hug will have on one's sensory system. This is especially true for adults and children who struggle with the sensory needs of Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, and Anxiety.

Developed by a caring parent of a child with Autism, CalmWear has vastly improved the day to day lives of this family, and thousands more. After a frustrating and exhausting search could not produce a sensory garment that was suitable for special needs children, one that would enable them to self-regulate and could be worn discreetly all day, every day….CalmWear was born.

Since CalmWear's inception, the life changing effect it has had for families across the globe speak volumes - the testimonials, the affirmations, the successes and the stories, have made this the most incredibly rewarding and uplifting adventure we could hope for. What started as a passion product to help one family, continues to improve the lives of those living with sensory needs, the world over!

Based on research and studies on the complexity of sensory compression that was first brought to our attention by famous Professor and Author, Temple Grandin - herself on the autism spectrum - CalmWear offers the perfect amount of sensory input to calm the system, and allows the wearer to focus, learn, and thrive.

It is not a cure, but it IS a solution to meeting one's sensory needs 24 hours a day!



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Let's Talk About Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

Dear Parents, this one's for you. Especially you! We see you! We see you fighting battles that no one else understands! We see you crying because you are overwhelmed. We see you looking for help, but being afraid to ask. We see how hard it is to be a parent of a child with Autism.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed disorders amongst children and teens. Individuals living with ADHD may not be able to control their impulses, may have a hard time sitting still or have trouble paying attention. Unfortunately, these behaviors can affect their ability to learn, or function in a classroom environment.

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Asperger’s Syndrome, also known as Asperger’s, is a developmental disorder characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests. Asperger’s is one of several subtypes of Autism that have been put into the grouping of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Asperger’s, however, doesn’t come with a simple fix either, and some of the symptoms can be difficult to manage.

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